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iPod, generator taken from vehicles | Enumclaw police reports Feb. 13-19

iPOD STOLEN: Police were told the morning of Feb. 19 of an iPod stolen from a vehicle parked on Garrett Street. The item was recovered later in the day and charges were to follow.

THEFT FROM VEHICLE: A Honda generator was taken from a vehicle parked at a Bruhn Lane address. The report was taken at 5:30 a.m. Feb. 18.

OUT OF CONTROL: Officers responded at 9 p.m. Feb. 18 to a Harmony Lane address and and a report of an out-of-control female. A suspect was arrested for malicious mischief and assault.13-19TWO ARRESTED: A traffic stop shortly before 1 a.m. Feb. 17 resulted in two arrests. The driver was taken into custody on an outstanding warrant issued by Auburn and transported to meet with Auburn police. A passenger was arrested on an outstanding Enumclaw warrant and booked  into the Enumclaw jail. At the owner's request, the vehicle was locked and left on Harding Street where the traffic stop occurred.

WINDOWS SHOT: Someone shot at two windows with a BB gun, causing an estimated $200 in damage at a Natalie Place residence.

SHOPLIFTING: Police responded the afternoon of Feb. 15 to a Roosevelt Avenue location where a male shoplifter was being held by a loss prevention officer. The subject was taken into custody for theft and taken to the police station for booking. After posting bail, he was released.

EXRA PATROL: Police were asked Feb. 14 to provide extra patrol in the Porter Street area due to recent prowls and drug activity.

HEALTH ISSUE: Enumclaw police attempted to locate a vehicle traveling on state Route 164 at 2:15 a.m. Feb. 13. The driver had called 911, advising that his wife was having medical difficulties. The caller later confirmed he was almost at the Auburn hospital and did not need assistance.

FIGHT AVERTED: Police were told at 3:50 a.m. Feb. 13 of a fight in progress at a Roosevelt Avenue address. Four men was said to be yelling and pushing each other. Police made contact and told the men to either find a ride or walk home due to their intoxication.

ENDANGERED: A traffic stop at 4:25 a.m. Feb. 13 turned up a male driver who was listed as "missing and endangered" by authorities in Ephrata, Wash. A missing-person entry was confirmed and family members were contacted.

NO SALE: Police took two reports Feb. 13 regarding men going door-to-door attempting to sell subscriptions to a Seattle newspaper. Contact was made and the men were advised of ordinances prohibiting selling without a license.

 

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